The Exhibit is open now through September
The exhibit includes displays of fashion, culture, and music from the 1910s to the 1970s.
Guests may make an appointment to view the exhibit by calling 717-264-1667.
The museum is located inside the Old Franklin County Jail, 175 East King Street, Chambersburg.
This Event is Now Cancelled Due to Covid-19
CHAMBERSBURG: The Capitol Theatre Center
Presented by The Capitol Theatre & Hosted by Maryann Fisher/Decorating Den Interiors
November 13, 2020 * Time TBA (Rescheduled from April 24)
The NEW LADIES NIGHT will include short presentations from some of our local “experts” on your favorite topics: interior decorating tips, fashion, health & wellness etc, as well as, our amazing raffle, $2 glasses of wine & much more.. MORE EXCITING DETAILS STILL TO COME!
Franklin County Visitors Bureau is teaming up with tourism partners to showcase the wonderful businesses and unique destinations that are located within Franklin County.
This edition of Tourism Partner Spotlight features Here’s Looking at You located at 123 South Main Street in Chambersburg, PA.
Here’s Looking at You is a brick and mortar women’s boutique specializing in distinctive women’s clothing and unique accessories. It is a fun place to shop where personalized attention is given to assist women in finding clothes they love to wear as well as a wonderful selection of accessories, fun greeting cards and gift items.
Penny Shaul has been the owner since August of 2004. She enjoys bringing fun fashions to Downtown Chambersburg and loves helping ladies feel their best in the clothes they are wearing.
During the COVID19 pandemic, Here’s Looking at You has a variety of shopping options. Visit the website or Facebook for photos and videos of items available for sale. Orders can be placed by calling or Facebook messaging and soon via the website with free shipping or local delivery. Virtual shopping is also available upon request. Join the email list via the website to be the first to know about sales and special events in the store!
Article by Becky Kellerman